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Living in: The world’s friendliest cities

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These five cities are among the most welcoming on Earth, thanks to hospitable locals who are quick to smile or help a stranger in need.
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Camping on the Canadian tundra

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Visited by only 75 or so people a year, Canada’s Ivvavik National Park is so remote, many of its beautiful peaks remain unnamed.
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The call of the Canadian wild

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Canada’s remote Yukon Territory inspired Jack London’s famed 1903 Call of the Wild – and draws travellers today with wild landscapes and memories of rough-and-tumble adventures.
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Canada’s greatest hidden rail trip

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Weaving along a narrow ledge between razor-sharp mountains and a gigantic, glittering lake, the tiny, two-car Kaoham Shuttle is a train lover's dream.
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Canada’s backcountry by air

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A new ride shimmies over British Columbia’s jaw-dropping wilderness, giving nature lovers access to terrain usually reserved for steely rock climbers and tough backcountry hikers.
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Living in... the world’s best cities for dating

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These five cities are made for finding love, thanks to their lively bars, trendy restaurants, outdoor activities – and laid-back locals known for being open to meeting new people.
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